Posts Tagged "Alex Brosque"

Sydney FC’s skipper has plenty of swagger.

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Sydney FC have hosted many big name players over the years including Dwight Yorke, Juninho Paulista, and most notably Alessandro Del Piero, but there’s a case to be made that their biggest ever player is their current captain Alex Brosque.

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When Sydney FC line up against Liverpool on Wednesday night they’ll do so in the knowledge their leader will still be wearing the armband next A-League season.

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The Sydney FC armband fits Alex Brosque a lot more comfortably these days.

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It was a decision that could have changed the FFA Cup final and Sydney FC skipper Alex Brosque doubts whether referees had the nerve to award the Sky Blues a crucial late free-kick.

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Graham Arnold and Alex Brosque had more than a few discussions during the A-League’s off-season.

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Sydney FC captain Alex Brosque admits he thought seriously about hanging up the boots at A-League season’s end before hitting a late purple patch of form.

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Sydney FC skipper Alex Brosque believes Western Sydney are in a false position at the foot of the A-League table ahead of Saturday’s big derby clash at Pirtek Stadium.

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The focus and attention this year in the A-League understandably has been on the likes of Alessandro Del Piero and Emile Heskey. Former Socceroos such as Richard Garcia and Vinnie Grella have come back, while star import Marcus Flores has also returned.

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While last week’s Socceroos clash was essentially a dead rubber, with little riding on the result, there was much to be gained from the performance and, for Holger Osieck, a few areas that needed sorting after disappointing performances on the past two match-days.

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Striker Alex Brosque scored a double as a stunning second-half Socceroos barrage set up a 4-2 win to end Saudi Arabia’s World Cup qualifying campaign on Wednesday night.

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Socceroos coach Holger Osieck says the national team is seeing the benefits of Josh Kennedy and Alex Brosque’s time spent playing in Japan, declaring the league is helping the pair make noticeable strides forward in their game.

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Socceroos coach Holger Osieck took a thinly veiled swipe at his employer and wanted Australia to show more respect for the international football calendar, after being irked by the availability debate over superstars Harry Kewell and Brett Emerton.

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Job done, if not done quite to plan. The Socceroos received the fright of their lives last night at the Suncorp Stadium against a wonderfully organised, motivated and unfortunate Thailand, ultimately winning 2-1 thanks to a very late winner from substitute Alex Brosque.

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When Alex Brosque stepped up to the penalty spot in stoppage time on Wednesday night, he had the weight of a football-mad town on his shoulders. Shimizu S-Pulse are one of the most popular clubs in Japan, and Brosque is developing into a key man for the Shizuoka side.

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Socceroos coach Holger Osieck has selected a squad of 23-players for the upcoming international friendly matches against New Zealand and Serbia.

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This week I had the chance to exclusively interview former Sydney FC, and now J-League Shimizu S-Pulse midfielder, Alex Brosque. After a successful career in the A-League, Alex joined his Australian compatriot Eddy Bosnar at S-Pulse this season.

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Jason Culina’s decision to sign with the Newcastle Jets bucked the trend of Australian players heading to Asia. Linked with a move to the J. League, the Socceroos midfielder chose to continue his career alongside father Branko at the Jets.

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With the transfer of Alex Brosque to the J-League finally confirmed, Sydney FC needs to think long and hard about its next signing. The issue for Sydney, as most people probably realise, is that it is not enough just to win games but they have to play entertaining football and they need big names to […]

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An independent arbiter has ruled Sydney FC striker Alex Brosque can leave the A-League club and take up a two-year contract worth $1.5m, with Japanese side Shimizu S-Pulse.

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